While big trusts grab headlines for big-bang EPRs, Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been quietly getting on with a best of breed strategy, delivered through an app built by its own IT team. Ben Heather went to have a look.
Ewan Davis has been using a holiday to India to reflect on the state of healthcare IT; and he reckons its time to learn from PM Narendra Modi and do something brave to kick-start change.
The government’s Accelerated Access Review is a good start on shortening the time from bench to bedside innovation. But there’s more still to do, argues IMS MAXIMS’ chief clinical information officer and chief medical officer.
The head of technology for the NIHR Clinical Research Network says fitness apps are already being used to recruit people to clinical trials; but there are some hurdles to their being used in healthcare.
Whatever happened to the massive and well-funded Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale programme, and did it deliver any results? Laura Stevens sets out to find out.
Virtual reality could have any number of applications in healthcare, from training surgeons to supporting patients with some kinds of mental health issues. Digital Health’s Laura Stevens dons her headset to find out more.
In 1998, Adrian Byrne’s trust decided the future was the web. The modern world says it was right, the world of healthcare software that it was wrong. Now, he's got the private hell of deciding where to go on mobile...
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is well known for its PICS system, and now it is rolling out paperless working to its huge ICU. Laura Stevens went to see the latest IT development in action.
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